Using Amazon RedShift with the AWS .NET API Part 2: MPP definition and first cluster

Exercises in .NET with Andras Nemes

Introduction

In the previous post we went through Amazon RedShift at an introductory level. In general we can say that it is a highly efficient data storage and data mining tool especially suited for Big Data scenarios. However, it also comes with serious limitations regarding the available Postgresql language features.

In this post we’ll first summarise an important term in conjunction with RedShift: MPP. We’ll then go on and create our first database in the RedShift GUI.

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